It has been a while. Happy to be back at one of my favorite lunch spots, @DenizensBrewing. Glad that I am able to try Bock to the Future while it is still on.
Revisiting another beer I enjoyed over the weekend. Glad I snagged some cans of this one, too. Very much enjoying this again, as I did the one I cracked last night.
I’ve had this for a while, it was a nice bit of swag from a conference. I finally decided to start using it, to keep detailed notes for myself.
Revisiting one of the new beers from this weekend, originally enjoyed with its namesake on the day it was released.
I had a really good weekend. I got to hang with many existing friends, including some I hadn’t seen in a while, and with some new ones. Of course, there was a good deal of beer, too, both home brew and craft beer.
Winding down the first official day of my sabbatical with a bit of my own lager. A good day, on reflection, with some plans made for the remainder of this first week.
Local beer and brewing friends, next week I start a month long sabbatical I’ve earned for five years at my day job. I have already started to reach out about volunteering to add to my education and meager commercial experience thus far. If anyone else would welcome some trained and unpaid labor, let me know. Also open simply to meeting up over beers at places I don’t normally have time to get to.
Stepped out for lunch to get some reading in.
Spotted on my morning commute on Georgia Ave. So tempted to follow them instead of continuing on to work. Made me smile, regardless. @brookevillebeer
I still struggle with hazy IPAs. Having heard Scott talk about his book on a couple of interviews, I am optimistic this well help me better understand what I am tasting, especially what I like.